Best of Double Exposure Tutorials in Photoshop

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Double (or multiple) exposure in photography is the method of superimposing two or more images to create a stylish dream-like effect on a single frame or image, and has been a popular technique even back in the days of film photography. It’s a very creative kind of technique where possibilities are endless in producing one of a kind and inspiring images. Back in the days of film photography, double exposure is a bit challenging as you don’t have much control and cannot see exactly how your output will look like. But these days, with digital camera’s multi exposure mode and photo editing softwares like Adobe Photoshop, multiple exposure technique has never been more fun and easy to do. And if you’re still wondering how you can create one using Adobe Photoshop, here are some of the best double exposure tutorials that we rounded up to get you started.

How to Create a Killer Multiple Exposure in Photoshop

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 1

Make a Trendy Double Exposure Effect in Adobe Photoshop

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 2

Easy Double Exposure Photoshop Tutorial in 10 Steps

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 3

How To Create The Color Double Exposure Effect In Photoshop

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 4

Create a Faux Double Exposure in Photoshop in 4 Simple Steps

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 5

Double Exposure Photoshop Tutorial Feather Effect

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 6

Blending layers in Photoshop, Double Exposure Tutorial

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 7

Create a Double Exposure Image in Photoshop

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 8

Create a Trendy Double Exposure Effect in Photoshop

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 9

How to create double exposure effect: Photoshop Tutorial

Multiple exposure Photoshop tutorial 10

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